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Hamptons Doc Fest Goes Virtual With 10 Days of Streaming

This year’s Hamptons Doc Fest will present a slate of 28 features and seven shorts virtually, over a 10-day period. Now in its 13th year, the festival has a diverse lineup covering politics, history, science, biography, social justice, the environment, and the arts.

Nov 25, 2020
Selavy Offers Chic Design in a Cozy Package

Emmanuel and Christina Di Donna have taken years of experience in the art world and channeled it into a jewel box of a showroom on Job's Lane in Southampton. Selavy by Di Donna aggregates both high art and design objects into livable spaces where everything is for sale.

Nov 25, 2020
A Partially In-Person, but Distanced Christmas

Most holiday-themed events are virtual this year, but the East Hampton Historical Society is offering two on-site events to celebrate the season.

Nov 25, 2020
The Art Scene 11.26.20

A career survey with a seasonal focus at South Etna, members show applications, Jeremy Dennis's Dreamstarter grant, and more.

Nov 25, 2020
Bits and Pieces 11.26.20

The Southampton Arts Center’s “Raconteurs” storytelling series, hosted by Amy Kirwin, will return in virtual form next ‘Thursday at 7 p.m.

Nov 25, 2020
Miles Partington's Hidden Menagerie

Viewers familiar with Miles Partington's work will notice a significant difference in his latest pieces. The Southampton native, who returned a few years ago after college and time out west, has recently shifted his practice to painting after years of working primarily in sculpture.

Nov 19, 2020
Artist-Residents Return to Watermill Center

In Process at the Watermill Center, a series that fosters engagement between artist residents and members of the community, will resume on Saturday afternoon at 2, but, like so many cultural events these days, will do so virtually.

Nov 19, 2020
The Art Scene 11.19.20

Saul Steinberg at Pace, a new pop up through the Drawing Room, a virtual Artists Alliance holiday show, and more

Nov 19, 2020
Bits and Pieces 11.19.20

Audrey Flack's documentary is now available for streaming, Bay Street is holding an auction, and more

Nov 19, 2020
A Collaboration With the Spirits

Lonnie Holley introduced himself as "a self-taught artist from Alabama, and I'm living in Atlanta, Georgia. I work with found objects, as you can see," he said, gesturing to a sprawling pile of fabric, tree branches, strips of paper, leaves, silver and gold wire, an ax handle, and various other things he at one point referred to as "debris."

Nov 12, 2020
The 20th Century Presented Through Unique Eyes

"Photography's Last Century: The Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee Collection" has had an interesting run since it opened on March 10 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Extended until the end of the month, there are still opportunities to see it live or to experience it virtually in a unique and free presentation by Rosanne Cash and A.M. Homes on Tuesday.

Nov 12, 2020
OLA Film Fest Returns Both Live and Virtually

This weekend's OLA Film Festival, organized by the Organizacion Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island, will include an in-person screening of "No," an award-winning 2012 Chilean film and a free virtual showing from Guild Hall of the Disney Studios cartoon "Inside Out." 

Nov 13, 2020